Jimmy from UB40 talks about the their upcoming gig at UEA
Anais Mitchell is a singer songwriter form Vermont, who tells the most wondrous stories.
I’m happy with pulling out the old school pieces.
Electronic Chamber Music!
It's going to be an incredible show and a proper laugh!
"It will definitely be loud".
"We played with Green Day in high school at a roller-rink."
"A crowd doesn’t always know what to do with our music. But we like it like that!"
"If everyone can understand your music, then there’s something wrong with it."
It’s going to be a great big reggae party that will run well into the morning!
Mimas is a Danish band, based in Aarhus. “Mimas is a furry kitten: Restless, picking fights and still lazy and patient at times. Icelandic musician Snævar Njáll Albertsson is the mastermind behind ‘Dad Rocks!’. The guitar here is mostly acoustic and is
"Pure adrenaline and chaos is what we're aiming for"
"I was born without the show-off gene that is so dang necessary in this business."
“Coming off stage after a show you feel like you’ve been zapped by a rock ‘n’ roll lightning bolt.”
“I’m maniacal about music but I don’t really care about anything else at all.”
“There are so many really passionate music fans in Norwich”
Boots 'n' cats.
No sleep from Brooklyn ‘til Norwich!
Manchester bad boys womp it up.
There are two possible outcomes when you start your musical career at the fresh-faced age of 14...
Circa Waves! If you’re after a young, thrusting band of young men from Liverpool, here’s your answer.
Anna Calvi was always destined to be a star. Growing up in a household of music lovers, studying music at university and becoming the passionate singer that Brian Eno has supported since she started, she’s recently released her second, critically acclaime
“Drum n bass has been going for around 20 years now and doesn’t seem to be going anywhere soon.”
I didn’t even sing in front of anyone until I was 19, I think. I hated it, I was scared to sing; it’s a vulnerable thing, you know.
Our primary reason for [The Invisible’s] existence is really to get Leo to go on Masterchef!
There is a lot of on-stage buffoonery that keeps everything light-hearted and fun at our shows.
"We travel around in pairs. That doesn’t mean we’re playing the same set everywhere around the world at the same time though, we just turn up and play to the crowd.”
"If Little Matador is going to be fucking massive, does that mean that Snow Patrol is going to be seen as a side project? D’you see what I mean? It’s just another band."
"If you can move the tips of your fingers” - I mean really Kill Bill that shit – “get the fuck out of there.” Micah opens up about his life-evaluating crash.
“touring and life’s unexpected events! We have the privilege of doing many things all around the world. We never know what’s around the corner, and that’s where we get our inspiration from, I guess.”
"Everybody just brings in something different and I think the sound that ends up is something very organic, really roots driven, but at the same time has, like, a party feel."
"For me, I’m a Gemini, so there’s always two people. I’ve always had really conflicting tastes and ideas about things and I just feel kinda lucky to do all the different things that I do."
"Our music taste is fairly bizarre. We love rock music, obviously, but our pop sensibilities have never been a secret. Since the start, we've focused on having big choruses."
‘Return the Favour’s like that though; you think you’re just easing into a nice nap situation, then blast off! You’re headed to the fuckin’ moon.
“I'm looking forward to that show a lot. It's going to be the last show of tour so by then I'll be in the full swing of things.”
Some of the songs I wrote can be a bit like, ‘check out my metaphors!’ I’m growing out of that though, you know!
It’s so easy to be negative and it’s so easy to hide in a place of fatalism and how boring is that?
"The name is not an attempt to glorify a lifestyle as many people first assume. The words were frank and honest and for the most part, discouraging of entering in to the world of casual sex."
"It’s like, would you rather fight a 6ft duck or 100 tiny ducks? I’d always go for the 6ft duck." Beatrice talks to The 1975 at the start of their tour